Funeral Details


Funeral Details

Myron S. "Mike" Levy

December 10, 1931 - April 8, 2019


Date and Time

Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 11:00 AM


Chicago Jewish Funerals
Buffalo Grove Chapel
195 North Buffalo Grove Road
Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089


Rabbi Samuel Gordon
Congregation Sukkat Shalom


Shalom Memorial Park
1700 Rand Road
Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004
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Gil And Michelle Levy Residence
310 Haddon Circle
Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061

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Thursday following the interment until 8PM

Jason and Sharone Marck Residence
250 Lincolnwood Road
Highland Park, Illinois 60035

Friday from 1:30PM until 6:30PM and Sunday from 12 Noon until 6PM

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Memorial Contributions

Honor Flight Chicago
9701 West Higgins Road, Suite 310
Rosemont, Illinois 60018-4703


Myron S. "Mike" Levy, 87. Beloved husband of Ronit nee Kalai. Loving father of Sharone (Jason) Marck and Gil (Michelle) Levy. Devoted Saba of Kayla, Ari, Elan and Stella. Cherished uncle, cousin, mentor, friend and hotel legend. Service Thursday, 11:00 am at Chicago Jewish Funerals, 195 N. Buffalo Grove Road, (One block north of Lake Cook Road) Buffalo Grove. Interment Shalom Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory to Honor Flight Chicago, 9701 W Higgins Road, Suite 310, Rosemont, IL 60018-4703 would be appreciated. Arrangements by: Chicago Jewish Funerals, 847.229.8822,


We encourage you to share your personal
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Connie Simon

There are no words for how sorry we are and for how much we will miss Mike. He was one of a kind in terms

Mike Levy

Ronit, Sharone, Gill...Patty and I would just like you to know how saddened we are about your/our loss of Mike He was a wonderful human being...natural, no pretense, no affectation, completely genuine. I can still see Mike at the Indian Princess outing in Wisconsin when the temperature reached -40, -60, who knows. There was Mike in an Indian Chief's headdress, completely composed and cheering everyone up.
It is never easy at a time like this...but it must be quietly comforting to know Mike's wonderful effect on so many of us who were lucky enough to know him...Condolences, Patty and Phil Washburn

Charles Pekow

Sure wished I could have seen him at least one more time. A trip to Chicago won't ge the same without him. Mike was the rare breed who knew everyone in town and made friends with just about anybody and was the perfect type for running a hotel. I guess retirement isn't for everybody and he kept giving till the end. Sorry I am out of town and won't be able to make the funeral.

Frank Kracher

Myron Levy. This special man and my late father met way back in the 60s. They became fast friends and in no time, our tight knit family had a new member. Uncle Mike. My three sisters and I were lucky to enjoy the open arms, the closeness, the kindness, the big smile, and decades of love and laughter. You will always be in our hearts, dear Uncle Mike. May the four winds blow you safely home. Shalom.

Abi Kemp Ben Asher

Ronit and children and grandchildren, I am so sorry for your loss. All my love at this most difficult of times.

Norman and Ivy Goldman

Ronit, Norman and I send our Love and Condolences to you and the children. We loved Mike and will miss him so much.
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